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NEXT EVENT: Mix & Match on Valentine's Eve, Tue 13th February

Winning stories are announced below, and bookings are open now! 

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From office romances to vengeful fairies and laundrettes to lunatic asylums, via kleptomania and commuting bears, we've a tasty selection-box of fiction for you enjoy at our first event of the year, MIX & MATCH, downstairs at our usual venue of The Phoenix (37 Cavendish Square, just off Oxford Street, W1G 0PP).
 
The show starts at 7.30pm (doors at 6.30PM) on Valentine's Eve, Tuesday 13th February, and as ever, tickets are just £5! UPDATE: OVER HALF OF TICKETS NOW SOLD - SO PLEASE BOOK IF YOU'RE COMING!
 
WINNING STORIES for MIX & MATCH
 
"Thrill" by Georgina Sims NEW AUTHOR - read by Gloria Sanders

"Somebody" by Lanay Griessner - read by Lucy Mabbitt
 
"Silver Lining" by Ricardo Visinho NEW AUTHOR - read by Paul Clarke
 
"The Sea Captain and the Mad Doctor" by Lianne Warr - read by Tony Bell
 
"What Was and What Is" by Kathryn Sharpe NEW AUTHOR - read by Katy Darby
 
"An Evening at the Faeling Cafe" by Charlotte Davis NEW AUTHOR - read by Sophie Morris-Sheppard
 
Fancy coming along? Book your budget-friendly £5 tickets ASAP if you want the best seats - & don't forget that our venue, the Phoenix, Cavendish Square, W1 also does two-for-one burgers on Tuesday nights, which is nice - PLUS there will be our usual epic literary quiz with brilliant books to win, & free love-themed sweets for all!
 
MIX & MATCH
Tuesday 13th February, 7.30pm (doors open at 6.30pm), tickets £5
The Phoenix basement bar
37 Cavendish Square, London, W1G 0PP
(nearest tube Oxford Circus)
 
N.B. We DO now accept card payments on the door, but it's well worth booking a ticket in advance to ensure you get a table - just click here. Any questions? Email us on [email protected]

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